Remote gaming server (RGS) technology and interactive content provider ODDSworks announced Wednesday an agreement with Galaxy Gaming Digital to take its content online across North America, beginning with New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Michigan.
Through its BetGuard RGS platform, ODDSWorks will launch a series of Galaxy Gaming’s progressive jackpot titles across the United States, including Split to Double Blackjack, Roulette Up, and Rising Phoenix Baccarat.
“ODDSworks is well suited to handle the huge volume Galaxy games create,” the company said in a press release. In the last twelve months, over one billion wagers worldwide have been made online on Galaxy Gaming content alone.
ODDSworks President, Larry DeMar, said: “Galaxy Gaming Digital is a great company, as well as a business partner. We expect our close relationship to grow in the years to come. We are honored to have them as a business partner.”
Furthermore, Shridhar Joshi, ODDSworks’ CEO, added: “Galaxy Gaming Digital is in line with our growth strategy that focuses on expanding our presence in each new domestic market. ODDSworks is pleased to provide world-class, best-of-breed differentiated table games to our casino partners.”
“At Galaxy Gaming, we are enthusiastic about creating the best table games and bringing that content to new channels. We are thrilled to be launching our expanding digital portfolio with ODDSworks’ nimble, quick-to-market execution as well as the principals’ decades of gaming experience,” concluded Todd Cravens, President, and CEO of Galaxy Gaming.
Galaxy Gaming develops and distributes games, technology systems, and bonus systems to online and land-based casinos worldwide. The company is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. Its subsidiary Progress Gaming Partners is a global licensor of proprietary table games to the online gaming industry.
As for ODDSworks, the company specializes in delivering gaming content and interactive technologies for regulated and real-money gaming markets. Its BETguard RGS platform processes over $2 billion annually in wagering and is approved under GLI-19 regulations.